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The Child (Baby Yoda) C2C Crochet Pattern | Written & Row by Row

You asked, and I deliver! A few crochet buddies in a crochet group on Facebook said they want a C2C Baby Yoda graphgan pattern. This design is a long time coming, although I designed it a few months ago, I managed to get it up and out! The Child (Baby Yoda) C2C is a free crochet pattern filled with love and you’ll find the written pattern, as well as a graph for printing.

cover photo crocheted by: Savina Shaffer

Even if you are not a Star Wars fan, you will love baby Yoda because he is just too cute. I created a few different designs and settled with the hearts because they seemed to fill the white space and make it a little cuter. lol. 😀

I grew up watching the Star Wars movies, and of course, being in love with Yoda, but this little guy overrides the Yoda of my youth. He is just adorable.

The written C2C pattern uses color blocks, which makes crocheting the blanket a bit easier. However, if you prefer to work from a graph, there is crochet graph available for print out below too.

The color scheme is Red Heart Super Saver done colors, which makes it easy to find colors to match the graph, but you’re welcome to use any colors you see fit! It’s your creation and I can’t wait to see it when you are finished. Please use hashtag #babyyodaC2C or #stardustgoldcrochet to show me your work!

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  • You will find the full color blocks written C2C & Row by Row version of the baby yoda C2C blanket.
  • Free PDF download
  • Tutorial links for C2C Basics
  • How to size you blanket
  • C2C Tips & Tricks

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Baby Yoda C2C

Baby Yoda C2C Crochet Pattern

  • Baby Yoda C2C Crochet Pattern
  • The Child (Baby Yoda) Crochet Graph
  • FREE Baby Yoda PDF Download

This is why crochet graphs are so much fun to create and remind me of the paint-by-number artwork from the ’70s. What I love most about graphs is you can create just about anything. It can be time-consuming to create crochet graphs, though. A lot of detail and pixel-by-pixel work goes into it.

The finished graphghan ends up being a masterpiece, though, and that is my favorite part.

When I created my first crochet graph, the Rainbow Unicorn C2C graph (another free PDF download), I wasn’t aware of what I was getting myself into! I didn’t realize it would take hours and hours of work to perfect it; make sure there was no white space or blank squares.

Rainbow Unicorn C2C Finished Blanket with Blue Background

Another learning curve was discovering the size. Larger grid sizes look great! BUT, they are unrealistically HUGE unless you want to work the graph in a row-by-row fashion. Which is great, but we love C2C!

Therefore, below I’ve included some links to other posts I created about C2C and the graphing program I use to create my graphs. In addition, I included links to my C2C blanket size calculator, which has proven to be one of my most popular posts. For a good reason, too, it is so beneficial.

I really appreciate you stopping by my blog to get your free baby Yoda (the child) C2C graph! Time to get crocheting!

Are you new to C2C? The following Posts Will help you get started on learning how to C2C. I’ve created a few calculators and posts on the basics of C2C.

Learn the Basics of Corner to Corner Crochet – C2C Basics

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C2C Basics – Learn the Basics of C2C Corner to Corner Crochet

C2C Crochet Calculator – How Big Will My Blanket Be?

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Row-by-Row Blanket Size Calculator

Row by Row Crochet Blanket Size Calculator
Row-by-Row Blanket Size Calculator

5 Best Graphing Programs for C2C

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5 Best Graphing Programs for C2C

The Child (Baby Yoda) C2C Free Crochet Pattern

Crochet Baby Yoda Blanket Pattern by Donna Yuen
Baby Yoda C2C

C2C Written Color Blocks 🧶:

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+ Materials

Finding the proper yarn for your project is your preference ideally, however, I made it simple and use colors to match Red Heart Super Saver in this pattern.

The stitch count can give you a better idea of how much yarn you will need for your project using Red Heart Super Saver yarns. You can find the stitch count below, along with a list of the recommended colorways.

Choosing your yarn colors and brand is entirely up to you and the options are endless! Remember to use the C2C blanket size calculator to determine how big your blanket will be.

+ Suggested Yarn

Below are the colors listed in the graph – see color chart below

Red Heart Super Saver Yarn Colors

Soft White9145
Warm Brown923
Frosty Green945
Light Grey325
Light Rasberry410
Petal Pink91
baby yoda c2c red heart super saver colors

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C2C Baby Yoda (The Child) Written Pattern

Below you will find the written C2C crochet pattern for Baby Yoda, along with the graphs. The written pattern looks a little funny here, however, the Baby Yoda (The Child) C2C Crochet Pattern PDF is prettier, of course! 😃

The PDF includes Row-by-Row written crochet pattern too! I hope you enjoy creating this crochet pattern!

Additionally, when you finish creating the pattern, please feel free to tag me on social media @stardustgoldcrochet or use the hashtag #BabyYodaC2C or #StardustGoldCrochet.

Baby Yoda C2C Cover Photo

The Child (Baby Yoda) C2C Written Crochet Pattern

The easiest way to download these images (because I use .webp extensions to make my site faster) is to take a screenshot or screen clipping. Similarly, you can use your mobile phone to download by touching and holding the photo, then “SAVE IMAGE.”

Remember you can download this free pattern using the button at the bottom of the post.

Baby Yoda C2C Crochet Graph

The best way to use these crochet graphs is to download them, print them out and tape them together. Because the graph is somewhat large, it may be difficult to see all the squares if you print it out on an 8.5″ x 11″ piece of paper.

Download full size image here.

Baby Yoda C2C Grid Graph

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22 thoughts on “The Child (Baby Yoda) C2C Crochet Pattern | Written & Row by Row”

  1. Hi Tasha first of all thank you for the free pattern it’s very cute.I may be reading it wrong thats why I’m a bit confused, if you use the row by row pattern the 1st colour comes in on row 27 but on the graph it comes in on row 7. Is the graph pattern smallerThank you Fiona

  2. i am making this blanket and it is very hard to see the difference between the colors Frosty green and honeydew on the chart. do you have the pattern written out in a version for example row 27: Soft White-6, Light Rasberry-1, Soft white 20? this is a very fast and easy stitch but i am at a point where i cannot move forward due to not being able to differentiate the colors on the graph- Thanks!

  3. This comment is for everyone to see…This original pattern is a full size blanket. One 7oz red heart super saver is 37 rows which is 703 little square boxes. Using hook size 5mm/US H. Full size blanket uses 4 skeins. The increase is 104 rows. The decrease is 104 rows to 114 rows. The total of the blanket 114 rows. For this blanket buying 1 skein for each color and 2 skeins for the white will work. Any extra yarn left can ve used for another project. I hope this helps everyone out.

  4. Hello, this is a beautiful blanket. I am totally confuse maybe it’s because I’ve never done C2C. The post says written pattern, yet I don’t see anything written. I don’t understand what the little blocks mean. I’m thinking this pattern may be over my head (past my skills). However I would love to tackle it. Do you have any suggestions that would help me to get started? Like how to read the chart. Thank You

    • Hi Ruthie! The links on how to work C2C and everything are all listed in the post – just scroll through and find the C2C basics tutorial I have. Those links are also in the free downloadable PDF file too.

  5. I keep trying to download the pattern, but i get an error every time is it possible to have it sent to me this is the pattern my daughter wants me to make her

  6. What size does this blanket come out to be? I’ve been trying to figure out how much yarn I will need of each color and am stuck trying to figure out how much I will need for a throw blanket.

  7. Hi. It’s a beautiful design. Thank you. However, at 120 blocks, it sounds like it would be super big. Did you perhaps do a mini C2C stitch? Any info on your finished product size, hook, type of yarn, etc would be appreciated.

    • Hi! Yes, it’s a big graph, but you can work it using a smaller hook or even choose different yarns. I’m about to update the post with a user made picture and the yarn and hook she used along with the sizes. It turned out to be around 200 x 200 cm, which translates to 78″ x 78″ – around 6.5 feet tall and wide. You can also work it in a smaller c2c like a mini or micro if you want a smaller pattern. Check out my C2C blanket size calculator to help you figure out how big it will be using your own gauge swatch. https://stardustgoldcrochet.com/c2c-blanket-size-calculator-will-make-you-a-c2c-pro/

  8. Long time crocheter but I have never done c2c. I absolutely love this pattern but I dont know if I am understanding sizing. Can this be made for a baby orcis this just too big? What size yarn and hook

  9. My best friend just found out she’s pregnant and for the past few days I was looking for a blanket pattern. She’s a huge fan of Star Wars so… I found the pattern! I just need to learn how to crochet C2C 🤣

  10. Good afternoon I’m stuck on row 9 doing it row by row when I do it the way the pattern is written I have 2 extra stitches. I’ve tried a couple other ways and it doesn’t look right. I also got to row 25 in my first attempt and had 3 extra stitches at the end of the row.


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